Sorry I haven't submitted a new file lately, been busy with school and haven’t had much time for making single player campaigns like this.
Rome, the eternal city, is beset by enemies. Unlike before, in the old days, when the enemies were the tyrant-kings and foreign invaders, the forces that threaten Rome are from it's own people.
The Julii began a naval blockage on Rome's port in 269, and declared war on Rome soon after. The other Roman families followed the Julii's example and within 1 year, Rome was alone. The armies that remained loyal to the Senate managed to take the Julii town of Segesta, but with the Scipii pushing into Latium from the south, they were pulled out before they could capture the Julii capital.
But now the Scipii's advance has been stopped, and the Senate is free to finish of the Julii once and for all.
The action kicks off right away, with 2 armies of the Senate attacking 2 armies of the Julii outside of Arretium. Once the Senate wins this battle, the Julii's remaining cities will be vulnerable.
The rest is up to you, you may seek peace with the Scipii and Brutii, or take them out as you did with the Julii. As of now, the Families' resistance isn't well organized and they will easily fail if taken out one by one.